coursed ashlar, range masonry, range-work, regular coursed rubble

Ashlar masonry in which the stones are of equal height within each course; all courses need not be of the same height.
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Frankly, they work, and not only do you hear more clearly in the field when hunting, stalking, trying to locate that baying hound, etc., but it sure makes range-work easier too.
I also have a Sparks belt holsters for all of these carry and range-work guns.